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Mfasan Broadcasting Network
« on: May 23, 2014, 02:09:28 PM »



CEO of United Textile Mills Arrested - Charged with Murder


Two hours ago, officers from the Royal Narundi Constabulary arrested the CEO of United Textile Mills at his home in the White Hill suburb of Narundi. CEO Andrew Bryant has been arrested on charges of murdering his wife two years ago. Bryant's wife, Anna, was founded beaten to death at the couple's home two years ago, but police was unable to solve the case. According to the Royal Narundi Constabulary, new forensic evidence has led to the arrest.

Ever since the murder of his wife, Andrew Bryant claimed that his wife was murdered while he was away at a business meeting in Pemba and that he had nothing to do with the crime. He was briefly arrested two weeks following the murder, but was quickly released as prosecution believed there was insufficient evidence.

Mr. Bryant will be arrainged before a judge tomorrow at the Narundi Magistrates' Court.


Unemployment down Two Percent


New unemployment figures show a decrease in unemployment of 2.1 % since May of last year. The decrease comes at a time when most business are reporting increasing profit, which experts say are mostly due to the stabilization of Rhodesia, one of the largest export markets of Mfasan industries and businesses. Despite the positive development, the Mfasan economy is still suffering from the near total economic collapse of the Rhodesian economy and business and industries in Western Mfasaland, are still experiencing lesser growth and stalling unemployment rates.

According to the Government, the decrease in unemployment and increasing industry and business profits are a sign that the policies of the Government is working and that the country is recovering. According to the spokesperson of the Social Democratic Party, the Government has still not done enough and what has been done, has been beneficial to big industry and the CEO's, while the middle and lower class are still suffering economic hardships.

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Re: Mfasan Broadcasting Network
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2016, 06:35:16 AM »


Mfasaland becomes Tanganiya

Following a referendum the Kingdom of Mfasaland will officially be renamed the Kingdom of Tanganiya. The bill presented in Parliament following the referendum recieved the Sovereigns assent by His Majesty just two hours ago. The referendum itself passed with 61 % in favor and 33 % against.

The name change was proposed almost a year ago by the current Government to reflect the fact that the country has outgrown the boundries of the old Ngwaio kingdom. The new name, Tanganiya, is a local historic name for the region and was favoured by parties in Parliament over alternatives like Tanzaniyka and East Africa. The proposed bill was immediately supported by a wide range of organisations, including a leading group of historisns.

Among the harshest critics are several patritic and nationalist groups, that have argued that the name change is an affront to the history of the country. Others like several left wing parties and organizations have criticised the vast costs associated with changing the name of the country.

As the referendum has proven, however, the critics failed to sway popular opinion to their side sufficiently to win the referendum.